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Hypo Allergenic Siberian Kittens








                   Traditional Colors & Red Tabbies (boys only) Beauties Raised with Love & Care








The genetic research lead by experts from the USA, Israel, Italy, Turkey and Finland, has confirmed,

that this region is the native land of all house cats.

It also revealed unexpected relationship between the cat's breeds connected with each other. Work of scientists

is published in last number of magazine Genomics.


Results of archeologic researches, as well as data about evolution of cats suggest, that their domestication

 has occurred about 5-10 thousand years ago

in the areas nowadays incorporated under the name of " the Fertile half moon » Near East. « The fertile half moon »,

 bordering from the north the intra Arabian deserts

 of Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iraq, is considered the native land of agriculture and the cattle breeding,

 appeared in a neolith.







 Among the oldest, purest breeds and most genetically varied was a Siberian cat (parameters of heterozygosity – 0,69 and 0,73). It is also below all the parameters numerically expressing a degree of inbreeding.

Meaning that it was basically no inbreeding in the Siberian breed. Cat organization CFA has 50 recognizable breeds, only 12 are natural breeds. Siberian breed is among those.







                                                                                       Colors: All colors are acceptable.  Average Litter Size: 5    Life Span: 10-18 years














                                                          Grooming Requirements: Siberians tend to be self-grooming meaning that they remain relatively tangle-free, though males can and  do get 'knotty' in the springtime if not combed daily.


                                                              Social skills: siberian cats do well with other household pets.

                                                                       Suitability for Children: Siberians are great with children.


                                                                          Energy Level: They are very active cats with lots of energy but readily adapt to different lifestyles.


                                      Noisiness: Siberians are a quiet breed that has melodic ways of expressing themselves using sweet mews, thrills, chirps and lots of purring.


                                                   Health Issues: Currently, there are no known health problems specifically associated to the Siberian.  The Siberian cat is considered to be one of the hardiest and healthiest cats bred today.


                          Shedding: Little. They molt twice a year. The molting period is about 10 days.


                                                                                                             Cause Allergies: None


                                                             TICA & CFA CHAMPIONSHIP ACCEPTANCE










                                   Gentle, friendly, loyal and sociable


                                                          Siberians have big hearts to match their size. They are devoted, smart,   loving cats with a generous dose  of curiosity and playfulness.

                                 Siberians are very intelligent, and fanciers   say they problem-solve to get what they want. They readily learn their names and come when called – when it suits them –  and enjoy fetch and other games

                                     in which their humans take an active role. They are generally sweet, devoted,  and amenable to handling, but their temperament depends upon early socialization.


                                                           One of the largest breeds of domestic cat, the Siberian rivals   the Maine coon and the Norwegian forest cat in size.

                                           In fact,  the three breeds are occasionally mistaken for one another   because of their similar sizes and long, all-weather coats.

                                                     The easiest way to define the differences is to think in terms of shape.

                                                                        The Siberian has a rounded barrel-shaped torso and a broad,   modified wedge-shaped head with rounded contours, rounded ears and round eyes.

                                                                                         The Maine coon, on the other hand,   is more rectangular with his long body, tail and legs.

                                                                                          The Norwegian forest cat has a triangular head, slanted eyes and pointed ears,  and a medium-length body.






                                                      Large, broad modified wedge with gentle rounded contours.

                                                         Nose is broad between eyes with narrowing toward tip.


                                                Slight concave curvature to nose profile. Top of head is flat; forehead is domed.

                                                        Medium in width with high cheek bones. Squareness in muzzle; medium length nose.

                                                Triangular shape which should be as long as broad.

                                                           Medium to long wedge-shaped nose. Flat forehead.

                                            More of a square profile with the nose a straight line.






                                                              Medium long, wide at base with rounded tip.

                                                                          Set 1 to 1 1/2 ear widths apart and tilting forward.

                                                                                   Set almost as much on the sides as on the top of the head.

                                                                                       Large, wide at base and tapered to a point. Set high and well apart.

                                                                                           Medium to large, slightly rounded at tip.

                                                                                                   Spaced wider and tiled more forward.

                                                                                                          Set as much on sides as on the top of head.




                                                                                              Large, almost oval. Wide set with outer corner slightly angled toward the lower base of ear.

                                                                                                         Large, wide set. Slight oblique angle.

                                                                                                                        Large, almond shaped. Set at slight angle.





                                                                                                Medium long, rounded and well muscled.

                                                                                                          Medium long

                                                                                                                         Medium to short.





                                                                                                  Heavy, moderately long and substantial with rump slightly higher than withers. Back slightly arched.

                                                                                                                    Convex muscular torso and compact belly with age.

                                                                                                                               Large, long and muscular; rectangular.

                                                                                                                                               Medium length with rump higher.





                                                                                                                       Moderately long with heavy boning and musculature. Hind legs longer. Large round feet. Toe tufts desirable.

                                                                                                                                        Medium length. Substantial and wide set. Toe tufts.

                                                                                                                                                           Medium length with hind legs longer. Toe tufts.




                              Moderately long to long on body, slightly shorter on shoulders and chest. Full ruff in adults. Oily,   water resistant coat when ungroomed. Tight undercoat (Better in cold). Medium long flowing tail.

                                                                  Moderately long to long on body; should fur shorter. Full ruff on adults. All weather coat.

                                                                                  Full britches and long flowing tail.

                                                                                                               Moderately long to long on body; shorter on shoulders and on chest. Full ruff on adults.

                                                                                                                                  Double coat. Long and smooth with oily guard hairs. Long flowing tail.




                                                              BREED IS FREE OF ANY GENETIC DISEASES